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Programmer (Irondale, AL)
EWTN Global Catholic Network
Under general direction, the EWTN Programmer will work with Web Developers and Programmers in building, maintaining and updating backend systems and content across EWTN web platforms as well as Content Delivery Networks.
- Support and maintain existing infrastructure under supervision of senior developer
- Work with Programmers to build on to existing systems and or new infrastructure applications.
- Work with Web Developers in order to integrate new or existing infrastructure applications with the website
- Additional duties as assigned by the Senior Programmer.
- Bachelors of Science in Computer Science or minimum of 3 years' equivalent experience is required for this position.
- Proficiency in one or more high-level languages such as Java or C# is expected.
- Proficiency in high-level scripting languages such as Ruby, Python, or Perl.
- Understanding and familiarity with web development techniques and technologies so as to integrate backend solutions with the website(s).
- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of data structures and algorithms, object-oriented programming, and software engineering principles.
- Knowledge of database programming and familiarity with MySQL or SQL Server
- Familiarity with Linux and Apache
- Basic knowledge of Unix shell programming
- Familiarity with HTML and CSS, as well as understanding of web application frameworks and HTTP-based services
- Familiarity with source control systems such as git
- Familiarity with Windows / IIS and .net programming
- Understanding of the Catholic Faith and EWTN's mission.
- Flexible, open to learning new skills, comfortable working simultaneously on a wide range of projects using different technologies and be committed to writing high-quality code.
- Capable of working in team and solo environments; self-motivation and discipline required in order to meet project deadlines.
- Effective communication skills with other departments and 3rd party developers.
Traffic Assistant (Irondale, AL)
EWTN Global Catholic Network
The Traffic Assistant operates computer proficiently to create a log for use by On Air Operations. Coordinates various sources of information in a professional manner, with attention to detail to create and maintain the programming log.
- Scheduling of Program episodes, events, and interstitials.
- Insure database has all pertinent information for scheduling and Viewer Response, if applicable, maintain database.
- Coordinates scheduling information with Web Services.
- Address and solve problems, which result from miscommunication, error damage, or loss.
- Coordinates closely with Programming Department to ensure the completion of any last minute changes as well as assuring those changes properly handled.
- Print reports; handle inquiries about specific episodes or programs.
- Ability to work flexible schedule.
- May perform additional duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree in Communications, Broadcasting or equivalent experience.
- Minimum 2-3 years' experience in broadcast/cable TV production/programming.
- Strong computer software experience including, but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite.
- Demonstrated understanding of the Catholic Faith, liturgical year and EWTN's mission.
- Strong attention to detail and follow through.
- Efficient in time management; ability to prioritize and meet strict deadlines.
- Technical knowledge and competences.
Director- Office of Life, Charity and Justice
The Diocese of Austin
The Bishop is the visible principle and foundation of unity in the particular Church (the diocese) entrusted to him. In a unique and visible way, he makes Christ's mission present and enduring as Shepherd of the Christian Community. In order to fulfill his mission, the Bishop employs suitable, chosen collaborators (clerics, religious, or lay people). He shares with them the apostolic mission and entrusts various responsibilities to them.
Each position employed in the Diocese of Austin helps to extend the ministry of the Bishop in particular ways as outlined in the job description. Therefore, the employee in this position is closely connected to and assists the Bishop in the performance of his ministry and thereby engages in ministry for the church.
The Director of the Office of Life, Charity and Justice Office is responsible for connecting the diocese and its parishes with USCCB offices and other national programs concerned with social justice issues. The Director acts as the diocesan liaison to local social justice and charitable organizations of the Catholic and other faiths. The Director also supervises the work of the Criminal Justice Office, the Diocesan Mission Coordinator, the Office of Black Catholics, the Hispanic Ministry Office and sits on the Board of Catholic Charities of Central Texas (CCCTX). The Director reports to the Vicar General and operates under general supervision with wide latitude for the use of independent judgment and initiative.
Essential Job Duties:
- Brief the Bishop and other diocesan staff on Social Justice issues.
- Promote Catholic Social Teaching throughout the diocese.
- Serve on deacon formation and other diaconal committees as assigned.
- Coordinate the advocacy work of the diocese with the Texas Catholic Conference.
- Connect the work of USCCB offices and campaigns in the diocese and with parishes.
- Act as Diocesan director for CCHD and CRS, including supervision of CCHD interns.
- Serve as the diocesan liaison on local social justice and charitable organizations.
- Support the work of diocesan justice related committees, commissions and connect with lay ministry.
- Participate on Department leadership activities and support the work of the diocese as a whole.
- Supervise the work of the Diocesan Missions Coordinator and the Hispanic Ministry Office.
- Prepare and manage the Life, Charity and Justice Office budget.
- Oversee the work of the Criminal Justice Ministry and the Office of Black Catholics.
- Participate in the Charity and Justice department of the TCC as directed by the Bishop.
- Use effective and appropriate supervision and management techniques to maximize employee morale and effectiveness.
- Maintain a work schedule that maximizes reasonable availability to parishes, diocesan staff and other customers.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge of Catholic theology, especially Catholic social doctrine and social ethics.
- Knowledge of and skill in interpreting and applying or parishes and Catholic parishioners relevant Papal and Episcopal social doctrine documents.
- Knowledge of and skill in using Catholic spirituality and principles of Spiritual Direction.
- Knowledge and understanding of the spirituality and role of deacons in the Catholic Church.
- Knowledge and understanding of basic advocacy skills and techniques.
- Knowledge of USCCB offices of Justice, Peace and Human Development, Migration and Refugee Services and CCHD and CRS.
- Skill in writing, public speaking and teaching adults.
- Ability to operate various word-processing software, spreadsheets, and database programs.
- Ability to provide excellent customer service and work effectively with staff, clergy, religious and laity.
- Ability to organize, prioritize and utilize effective time management techniques.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.
- Ability to carry out multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
- Ability to follow instructions furnished in verbal or written format.
- Ability to use effective supervision strategies and techniques with assigned staff.
- Education and Training:
- Bachelor's degree in theology, philosophy, pastoral studies, social work, social justice, or other liberal arts curriculum from an accredited American university or equivalent in a foreign country, or an ordained deacon or priest.
- Four (4) years of work experience that included adult education/formation in social ministry, working in collaborative ministry setting.
- Catholic Requirement:
- Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing.
- Valid Texas driver's license
- Must be certified in Diocese of Austin EIM within 60 days of employment, and maintain certification throughout the employment period.
Director of Discipleship
Prince of Peace Catholic Church
Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Ormond Beach, Florida is seeking a full time Director of Discipleship. Prince of Peace is a community of 2100 families located approximately 60 miles east of Orlando and just north of Daytona Beach. Responsibilities include overseeing all religious education and sacramental formation. Must be committed to our Catholic faith as set forth in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and be a practicing Catholic in good standing. Appropriate academic credentials and related work experience desirable. Salary is negotiable, full benefits provided.
Vice President for External Affairs
Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology
The Vice President for External Affairs is a full time employee of Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology (SHSST) responsible for the promotion of the institution, recruitment of seminarians/students, and coordination of the admission process of the applicants. This position reports directly to the President-Rector, and supervises the Director of Communications, the Assistant to the Director of Communications and Recruitment, and the Administrative Assistant for Admissions. Excellent organization, communication and planning skills are required. A master degree level in communications or equivalent with experience in Catholic Church ministry, or a master degree level in Theology or equivalent with experience in communications is required. Ability to communicate in Spanish is preferable. Applicant must be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing.
St. Benedict Elementary, Boston MA
A Classical Education
St. Benedict Elementary, an independent K-6 school in the classical Catholic tradition located 30 minutes west of Boston, is seeking to build its talented faculty for the 2014-15 academic year. Celebrating its inauguration in September 2013, SBE strives to cultivate intellectual and moral virtue in the pursuit of academic excellence, in a joyful and faithful Catholic environment. Visit www.stbenedictelementary.com to learn about our distinctive mission.